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resounding

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adjective re·sound·ing \-ˈzau̇n-diŋ also -ˈsau̇n-\

Simple Definition of resounding

  • : producing a loud, deep sound that lasts for a long time

  • : leaving no doubt : very definite

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of resounding

  1. 1 :  producing or characterized by resonant sound :  resonating

  2. 2 a :  impressively sonorous b :  emphatic, unequivocal <a resounding success>

resoundingly

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Examples of resounding in a sentence

  1. The class answered with a resounding no.

  2. <the resounding hubbub of the streets of New York City>



15th Century

First Known Use of resounding

15th century


RESOUNDING Defined for Kids

resounding

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adjective re·sound·ing \ri-ˈzau̇n-diŋ\

Definition of resounding for Students

  1. 1 :  producing resonant sound

  2. 2 :  leaving no doubt <a resounding victory>





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